ONSERVATIVE Christians carefully avoid neglecting clear biblical truths. We Bible-believing evangelicals don’t want to ignore what is plainly in the Bible. But sometimes we go a bit too far. While we have an aversion to understating the truth, we can have an attraction for overstating it. And that seems to be okay.
EFF Bezos is a man with success, influence, and a ton of power. As the long-form article in The Atlantic says, the Amazon founder and CEO, is fixated on the future, because, “he knows it belongs to him.” Adding to his near deity description, the article says his ambition for colonizing space “may remake the heavens.”
HOULD Christians be enlightened cynics who clearly understand the depravity of the world or should they be more of the happy and hopeful type? Which outlook is most in keeping with the heart of the Christian message? Which view best matches reality?
IMULATION Theory was not what I expected to be talking about with a teenager at a recent conference. He sat quietly interested during the Q&A session, but never pitched a question of his own. At the close of the session I could tell he had a lot on his mind.
FTER Noah and his family piled out of the ark, God gave them the same command he gave to Adam and Eve, to be fruitful and fill the earth. God promised that the seasons would continue as long as the earth remains (Gen. 8:22) and gave them the rainbow as the sign of the covenant that God would not completely flood the earth again (Gen. 9:16). The flood waters had given way to a whole new world.
t the river’s bend, I noticed clear sky above the city of Louisville. Between an international airport and the UPS headquarters, there was always a steady flow of air traffic. But not on that Tuesday in September back in 2001. It was a day no one will ever forget.
ARVARD law professor Laurence Tribe claimed on Twitter that the pro-life movement is linked with white supremacy. “White Supremacists oppose abortion because they fear it’ll reduce the number of white infants,” he wrote. Is he right?
HY do the pages of the Old Testament seemed to be drenched in blood? Many skeptics claim God is a vindictive ethnic cleanser. Is it true? In the following video I talk about ways we can make sense of the military conquests of the Old Testament.
AITH in God and science are like oil and water. The two don’t mix. That’s the impression you often get listening to people talk about this topic. In the following video I give six reasons why the Christian faith is indeed compatible with science.